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The objective of this paper is to design miniaturized narrow- and dual-band filters for WLAN application using zero order resonators by the method of least squares. The miniaturization of the

The objective of this paper is to design miniaturized narrow- and dual-band filters for WLAN application using zero order resonators by the method of least squares. The miniaturization of the narrow-band filter is up to 70% and that of the dual-band filter is up to 64% compared to the available models in the literature. Two prototype models of the narrow-band and dual-band filters are fabricated and measured, which verify the proposed structure for the filter and its design by the presented method, using an equivalent circuit model.

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    • 2015-02-18
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1155/2015/345326
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      1687-5834

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    Shafiee, M., Zadeh, M. A., & Oraizi, H. (2015). Design of Miniaturized Multiband Filters Using Zero Order Resonators for WLAN Applications. International Journal of Microwave Science and Technology, 2015, 1-7. doi:10.1155/2015/345326

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